CARE school celebrated its Junior School Annual Day (KG -V) on 2.9.2022 (Friday) in the school Auditorium. On this special day, Ms. Janaki Sabesh, writer, performer, actor, curator and story teller was invited as the chief guest.
The CEO, CARE GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS Mr. Prative Chend, CEO, CARE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Mrs. Aarthy Nehru, Sr.Principal Mrs. Preethy Aaramudhan, Principal Mrs. Gita Pattanayak were also present during the occasion.
The programme commenced by invoking God’s blessings through prayer and followed by a formal welcome address delivered by the Junior head boy and Head girl. The Principal of the school, Ms. Gita Pattanayak presented the School Annual Report, to share an overview of various activities, new initiatives, achievements and academic performances for the past two years. We believe that giving responsibilities to children increases their self-confidence and leadership skills and thus the event was planned with an aim to enhance the hidden potentials and talents in every student. The school ensures that there is a hundred percent participation from the students as each child is special and important to us. We believe that every child must be given an opportunity to develop talents that harness their skills and attributes through such performances.
The Senior Principal Ms. Preethy Aravamudan formally introduced and welcomed the chief guest.
Ms. Janaki Sabesh, the Chief Guest of the event addressed the gathering, she inspired the audience through her speech and stories. She encouraged the parents to spend valuable time with their children. She congratulated the school management for supporting and motivating the students for their holistic progress. She added that it was actually an alluring performance by the students, as every kid was brought to limelight.
Then the cultural programme started off with an Invocation dance.
CARE School always intends to present thematic programmes every year. All the events were woven with the theme chosen for that evening. Such a way, our little ones were given a theme as, WE ARE ONE. Little kids presented different programs to express their oneness in Religion, Festivals and Lifestyle.
The core aim of choosing such a theme is to depict and instill oneness among the little one as they will be the torchbearers who will take it to the next generation.
The audience were enthralled with the talent depicted in each performance. There were feet tapping Dances, side-splitting skits. Folktales from different states of India and presented in the form of skits and dance.
The best part of the programme was, end to end compering was done by the students of classes III, IV and V. Children were appreciated by the Chief Guest and parents especially for delivering dialogues on the stage with proper voice modulation and action and for their awesome stage management skill. The huge indoor stadium was thundering with cheer and applause.
The three hours programme holding the audience with their strong yet witty emceeing. The programme concluded with a vote of thanks delivered by Hemanth Krishna (III –A) followed by the National Anthem as a tribute to our nation.
We are grateful to all who have supported us to achieve the expectations in a short period of time.
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